Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal (Collected Editions) #2)

Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal (Collected Editions) #2)

The Nightmare Batmen have descended to Earth from the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL. Against an army of Dark Knights, can members of the Justice League, Teen Titans and Suicide Squad come together to form a resistance to stop them? The Justice League has scattered around the world to find the only artifacts that can fight back against the invasion of the Dark Multiverse. The The Nightmare Batmen have descended to Earth from the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL. Against an army of Dark Knights, ...

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Title:Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal (Collected Editions) #2)
Author:Scott Snyder
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal (Collected Editions) #2) Reviews

  • Ogreart Art
    Jul 17, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

  • Trey
    Jul 06, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

  • Wayne McCoy
    Jul 21, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

  • Norman Cook
    May 01, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Jun 22, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

  • Zoe Elizabeth
    Jun 20, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

    I enjoyed this collection of stories. This collection features issues that tie into the Metal story line, but feature all of the other DC universe characters. I'm excited to read the last book in the series now and see the stories from the Dark Knights perspectives. Thanks to DC an...

  • Micah
    Jul 04, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

  • Sam Quixote
    May 11, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

  • Nathaniel Darkish
    May 23, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

    I enjoyed this collection of stories. This collection features issues that tie into the Metal story line, but feature all of the other DC universe characters. I'm excited to read the last book in the series now and see the stories from the Dark Knights perspectives. Thanks to DC an...

    Enjoyed this side story to Dark Nights: Metal?it fleshes out moments mentioned briefly in the main story, and adds a wicked cool villain-sidekick to boot. Read in single issues during the 2017 DC Comics ?Dark Nights: Metal? run. ...

    ARC REVIEW THE FLASH #33, HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #32, JUSTICE LEAGUE #32-33, HAWKMAN: FOUND #1, TEEN TITANS #12, NIGHTWING #29, SUICIDE SQUAD #26, GREEN ARROW #32, BATMAN: LOST #1 and HAWKMAN FOUND #1 These are tie-in stories and for me reading them after Metal ma...

    Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for an Arc of this comic. I did not know that this was the third issue in the series so I definitely want to check out the past issues and can't wait for the next issue. I would also like to read more batman comics. This was a great read ...

    This really didn't work as a collection. There is no real narrative arc, just a bunch of stories set during the Metal event without context. I felt like some of the issues included should have been in the main Metal collection to provide a lot of critical information. ...

  • Piper Gottschalk
    Jul 27, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

  • Nikki
    Jul 16, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jun 24, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

  • Isaiah
    Jun 26, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

  • Hannah
    Jul 03, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

    I enjoyed this collection of stories. This collection features issues that tie into the Metal story line, but feature all of the other DC universe characters. I'm excited to read the last book in the series now and see the stories from the Dark Knights perspectives. Thanks to DC an...

    Enjoyed this side story to Dark Nights: Metal?it fleshes out moments mentioned briefly in the main story, and adds a wicked cool villain-sidekick to boot. Read in single issues during the 2017 DC Comics ?Dark Nights: Metal? run. ...

    ARC REVIEW THE FLASH #33, HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #32, JUSTICE LEAGUE #32-33, HAWKMAN: FOUND #1, TEEN TITANS #12, NIGHTWING #29, SUICIDE SQUAD #26, GREEN ARROW #32, BATMAN: LOST #1 and HAWKMAN FOUND #1 These are tie-in stories and for me reading them after Metal ma...

  • Bookwraiths
    Jul 14, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

  • Adam Fisher
    May 30, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

  • James DeSantis
    Apr 01, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

  • Jesse A
    Jul 20, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

  • Chad
    Jul 13, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

  • Wing Kee
    Jan 20, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

  • Theediscerning
    Jul 01, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

  • Miriam Zink
    Jul 02, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

    I enjoyed this collection of stories. This collection features issues that tie into the Metal story line, but feature all of the other DC universe characters. I'm excited to read the last book in the series now and see the stories from the Dark Knights perspectives. Thanks to DC an...

    Enjoyed this side story to Dark Nights: Metal?it fleshes out moments mentioned briefly in the main story, and adds a wicked cool villain-sidekick to boot. Read in single issues during the 2017 DC Comics ?Dark Nights: Metal? run. ...

    ARC REVIEW THE FLASH #33, HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #32, JUSTICE LEAGUE #32-33, HAWKMAN: FOUND #1, TEEN TITANS #12, NIGHTWING #29, SUICIDE SQUAD #26, GREEN ARROW #32, BATMAN: LOST #1 and HAWKMAN FOUND #1 These are tie-in stories and for me reading them after Metal ma...

    Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for an Arc of this comic. I did not know that this was the third issue in the series so I definitely want to check out the past issues and can't wait for the next issue. I would also like to read more batman comics. This was a great read ...

  • Blindzider
    Jul 29, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Apr 23, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

  • Bob Morton
    Jul 03, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

  • Austin
    Jan 16, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

    Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Ni...

    I received a free electronic ARC of this graphic novel from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Without reading the other books in the Metal series, this would be very difficult to follow. It jumps around from comic title to comic title, not so much one story as bits and piec...

    The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even i...

    Just what the world wanted ? the whole hot mess of Metal to be over, with this second companion piece. Well, shall I be charitable and say that if the single issues were in the netgalley file in the right order it might actually have made some sense? Or shall I just be blunt and say ...

    According to release date, I read this one last of the four collections. I was really impressed by the artwork and story of about half of these issues. For some of the issues, I felt that the dialogue was pretty uninteresting and that I could have done without a few pages. Mostly worth...

    Thank you to net galley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. There isn't a lot to say about this that hasn't already been said about the other two tpb in the Metal series. I think if you read and enjoyed Dark Knights : Metal that you w...

    I enjoyed this collection of stories. This collection features issues that tie into the Metal story line, but feature all of the other DC universe characters. I'm excited to read the last book in the series now and see the stories from the Dark Knights perspectives. Thanks to DC an...

    Enjoyed this side story to Dark Nights: Metal?it fleshes out moments mentioned briefly in the main story, and adds a wicked cool villain-sidekick to boot. Read in single issues during the 2017 DC Comics ?Dark Nights: Metal? run. ...

  • Josh
    Jul 21, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

    I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: ...

    I got an ARC of this book. I really should have stopped reading this series. The more I read of the spin off and tie ins, the less I like the series. The series itself had a ton of plot holes, very little cohesive story, and no character development. This book makes all of those iss...

    'Dark Knights: Metal: The Resistance' from DC Comics is a supplemental volume to the main Dark Knights: Metal. The main story is collected in the Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition. This volume serves to fill in the gaps with 12 additional comics that were in the crossover. Gotham i...

    This is roughly divided up into three sections: The first is "Gotham Resistance", seeing what the Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Damian and Nightwing do when Gotham is in danger. Other than a few funny moments between characters and some very quick connections between Nightwing and Damia...

    I received a giveaway copy from DC in return for an honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance details the response of various A-list heroes and anti-heroes to the events of Metal. Each issue has a different creative team, sourced from DC's mainline series'. While the creato...

  • Malum
    Apr 06, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

  • Nikki
    Jul 01, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...

    3 1/2 Stars. I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they?re bouncing from series to serie...

    The majority of my review will be under the main Metal title, but there are basically 3 plots I should cover here. 1) Gotham Resistance - This story deals with the lesser heroes (Teen Titans, Nightwing, Suicide Squad and Green Arrow) and their time at the beginning of the Metal storyl...

    THIS REVIEW & MORE ? SYNOPSES BY SARGE I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Dark Days: The Road to Metal, Dark Days: The Road to Metal by Scott Snyder, and Dark Nights: Metal: Dark Knights Rising are the first three events. This is the fourth...

  • Ben Truong
    Jul 22, 2018

    A mountain has appeared in the middle of Gotham somehow transforming the city into a dark fairyland or something for some reason. Dumb, vague outline? Sounds like Dark Nights: Metal to me! In The Resistance, heroes (and the Suicide Squad) resist villains? but don?t they always do t...

    DC brings in a lot of their big gun artists to illustrate the Dark Nights Metal tie in issues throughout the DC universe. There's two main arcs. Both tie in very well to the core Dark Nights Metal book. Gotham Resistance has members of the Bat family and Green Arrow teaming up to run t...

    Compared to the Nightmare Batmen tie-in volume, this one felt a lot less monumental, yet it was still worth checking out for the extra details to the lore that it added. The Bats Out of Hell story arc (4 parts) focuses a lot more on the members of the Justice League that are still ...

    For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic. World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homag...

    Eh this started off good but went down quick. Well this is the last Metal thing to read. I was actually excited for this because it had some great art, a solid team of writers, and a interesting idea. Sadly, it all comes crumbling down after the start of Gotham resistance. So after...

    The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series. ...

    [Read as single issues] The events of Dark Nights: Metal continue to reverberate across the DC Universe, as a ragtag band of heroes attempts to infiltrate the newly transformed Gotham City. Then, the Justice League tackle the Nightmare Batmen head on, while Batman finds himself lost i...

    I think this is the worst volume in the whole run. ...

    4.5 stars ...

    Now this is how you do event tie-ins! I recently finished reading the Daredevil: Shadowland Omnibus, and all of the tie-ins to that story are totally pointless. They don't affect the main story at all and many are retconned immediately so that they don't change anything in the main st...

    When the Dark Knights descend to Earth in Dark Knights: Metal. Members of the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Oliver Queen as Green Arrow, and Dick Grayson as Nightwing, band together to save Gotham City from the Dark Knights minions. With information gained by the Gotham Resistance, the m...